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Welcome Dr Lisa-Angelique Lim, our new Postdoctoral Research Fellow!

We are delighted to announce that Dr Lisa-Angelique Lim has joined CIC as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Welcome! I completed my PhD in education with a focus on learning analytics in early 2021, at the University of South Australia. My dissertation, entitled Examining the impact of feedback based on learning analytics from the perspective of self-regulated learning, explored how students made sense of automated feedback personalised to their own learning data. My dissertation also explored th...
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Using OnTask to personalise feedback and support in your subject | 3 February

Part 1 of 2 for Using OnTask on personalise feedback and support for your subject Are you teaching in a large subject? Do you find it a challenge to support all your students with timely and personalised feedback? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are invited to attend this workshop! We especially invite staff who are looking to implement OnTask in the Spring session, so that you will have the necessary subject details to strategise OnTask feedback.  In this 2-part onlin...
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Using OnTask to personalise feedback and support in your subject | 16 February

Part 1 of 2 for Using OnTask on personalise feedback and support for your subject Are you teaching in a large subject? Do you find it a challenge to support all your students with timely and personalised feedback? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are invited to attend this workshop! We especially invite staff who are looking to implement OnTask in the Spring session, so that you will have the necessary subject details to strategise OnTask feedback.  In this 2-part onlin...
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Using OnTask to personalise feedback and support in your course: A hands-on session | 22 February

Part 2 of 2 for Using OnTask on personalise feedback and support for your course Are you teaching in a large course? Do you find it a challenge to support all your students with timely and personalised feedback? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are invited to attend this workshop! We especially invite staff who are looking to implement OnTask in the Spring semester, so that you will have the necessary course details to strategise OnTask feedback.  In this 2-part online ...
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Using OnTask to personalise feedback and support in your course: A hands-on session | 8 February

Part 2 of 2 for Using OnTask on personalise feedback and support for your course Are you teaching in a large course? Do you find it a challenge to support all your students with timely and personalised feedback? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are invited to attend this workshop! We especially invite staff who are looking to implement OnTask in the Spring semester, so that you will have the necessary course details to strategise OnTask feedback.  In this 2-part online ...
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Using Analytics to Personalise Feedback at Scale: help us choose the best tool | 8 February

Personalised message and feedback platforms have existed in UTS for a few years now – examples of these are OnTask and Canvas messaging. At the same time, a wide range of similar tools have become mature, making them viable candidates for facilitating academics to tailor communications and feedback. These tools offer solutions to support students’ learning at scale, and help them foster a sense of belonging at UTS. However, as with all socio-technical tools, we need input from key stakeholders s...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 7 December

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 2 November

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 5 October

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 7 September

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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